David Pastrnak has been having a career year so far, breaking on to the NHL scene as one of the league's top goal-scorers.
Now, he can add another achievement to his ever-growing list. Pastrnak came away with the fastest time in the NHL's Accuracy Shooting contest, hitting the four corners and center of the net in just over 11 seconds.
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Pastrnak beat out the likes of division rival Auston Matthews, Joe Pavelski, and Kris Letang en route to his victory.
Not only has Pastrnak earned bragging rights until next year's contest, he also comes away with a pretty sum of $25,000 for his first-place finish.
Pastrnak has notched 56 points with 27 goals and 29 assists so far this season. If the NHL Skills contest is any indication, he's just getting started.
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